This little story demonstrates one of the severe flaws in the philosophy of monism, which states that there is absolute spiritual oneness—without differentiation—among all beings, including God.
Did Krishna recite the Bhagavad-gita as a representative for a higher impersonal truth? Or is He himself that truth?
If God is unlimited, why it is so difficult for people to think of Him as a person?
To say that the universe is God, is only a half- truth, since the material nature is one of God’s energies, not His personal self.
"There was a time in my own life also when my conceptions of God as a person proved inadequate."
Srila Prabhupada: The ignorant people can learn from the learned. If you have got this idea that the creator is impersonal, that means you are not learned; you have no knowledge. And this is the simple answer.
What is the highest law of nature? A conversation with Srila Prabhupada reveals the answer to this question.
Being renounced doesn't necessarily mean giving up all possessions and responsibilities and going to the forest.
A scientific look at how the effects of time apply in different situations.
"Real knowledge is to understand, “In spite of all my so-called advancement of civilization, I am controlled.” That is the beginning of knowledge."
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